3 wines to try, buy and put by

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29th August, 2009


Tahbilk Marsanne, Victoria, Australia 2004, €12 from The Vintry, 102 Rathgar Road, Dublin 6; Mitchell and Son, CHQ, IFSC, Dublin 1; and O’Donovans off-licences throughout Cork (90) Founded in 1860, Chaˆteau Tahbilk was making exquisite, award winning wines during Queen Victoria’s reign. The Marsanne grapes, with old vines stretching back to 1927, are the highlight of the chaˆteau’s production.

This is an almost ethereal wine, bursting with profound, honeysuckle notes,...

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